Help Tucson Cats – Buy Bracelets – Sept 2011 2011/09/26Posted by greyhoundsrule in Beading Divas to the Rescue, Fundraising.
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There are only a few days left to buy bracelets to help Casa de los Gatos, Tucson no-kill cat shelter.
Fans of Casa de los Gatos have the dubious honor of selling out online via Etsy.com! There are a few left as of this blog post if you cannot make it to 4th Avenue.
Otherwise come to Silver Sea Jewelry located at 330 N. 4th Avenue, 520-624-9954 for a larger selection.
Of course, you can always help the Tucson cats with cat food, kitty litter, cleaning supplies, volunteering, and of course monetary donations.
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Wine, delicious food, and bling — what more could any woman want?
How about eating, drinking, and buying bracelets to help a no-kill Tucson cat shelter?
September 21–The Bamboo Club in Park Place Mall is hosting “Casa de los Gatos Night” from 5-9 p.m., featuring half-price bottles of wine and delicious food. Patrons must show their wait person a flyer in order for 10% of their check to go to Casa de los Gatos.
Beading Divas to the Rescue BRACELETS will be for sale for $20; all bracelet sales are donated to the cats.
It’s a win-win for the cats and the Bamboo Club.
P.S. A big thank you goes out to Alice Jordan who took a dozen bracelets to work and sold them all — money will be donated to Casa de los Gatos.
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It’s still September and Beading Divas to the Rescue continues to sell bracelets for Casa de los Gatos, Arizona’s largest no-kill cat shelter located right here in Tucson.
Currently there are about 250 cats on the premises waiting for homes. Some cats are not adoptable because of feline leukemia but are able to live out their lives with other similar cats and enjoy life.
Bracelets! A woman can never have too many bracelets especially when you know they are for a good cause. Every bracelet is different, has a paw charm, and costs $20. The entire $20 goes directly to the cats.
You can buy bracelets at Silver Sea Jewelry at 330 N. 4th Avenue, 520-624-9954.
You can buy bracelets online via Etsy.com (add $4 S&H)
During the evening of September 21, you can buy bracelets at a fundraiser for Casa de los Gatos Night held at the Bamboo Club in the Park Place Mall.
Wednesday – Sept 21 – wine/dine
The Bamboo Club in Park Mall is hosting “Casa de los Gatos Night” from 5-9 p.m., featuring half-price bottles of wine and delicious food. Patrons who show their wait person a flyer will get 10% of their check donated to Casa de los Gatos. Beading Divas to the Rescue bracelets will be for sale for $20; all bracelet sales are donated to the cats. Great food, wine, and bling…what more can you want?
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Let’s help the Tucson cats!
For the month of September – Beading Divas to the Rescue is proud to be selling our famous bracelets to benefit Casa de los Gatos — Arizona’s largest no-kill cat rescue and sanctuary right here in Tucson.
Special needs cats in the sanctuary live cage free as do the cats waiting for adoption. Casa de los Gatos leads the way in T-N-R (trap-neuter-release).
Bracelets! Not only are they beautiful and one-of-a-kind (one size fits most/easy coil on and off) but they are all made with donated beads, creative hands, and love and come with a paw charm. Bracelets cost $20/each and the entire amount is donated to the Cats! If buying bracelets online (add $4 S&H). Check them out!
Buy locally in Tucson at Silver Sea Jewelry & Gifts, 330 N. 4th Avenue, 624-9954. (520 if calling from elsewhere)
Like every animal shelter, donations for money and supplies are always welcome as well as volunteers and adopters. Find out how you can help. Adopting one rescued cat won’t change the world, but will change the world for one rescued cat.
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Congratulations to Lizzie Mead — Beading Diva among other things — who was recently interviewed on the Grouchy Puppy blog. She was chosen as an interview subject because of her positive attitude.
Check it out!